Scientists and the public partnering to monitor and improve the conservation of cetaceans in UK waters

Take part in the National Whale & Dolphin Watch 2018!

28th July – 5th August

Announcements

Sea Watch Annual General Meeting 2019 – An Invitation

We would like to invite you all in celebrating the Sea Watch Foundation Annual General Meeting in New Quay, Wales, on May 4-5, 2019. A full schedule will be sent to attendees closer to the event, but at this event the Sea Watch staff, volunteer observers and Regional Coordinators will talk about the
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Sea Watch Internship – 2019 National Whale and Dolphin Watch Assistant

  The Sea Watch Foundation is seeking a voluntary National Whale and Dolphin Watch Assistant for the 2019 season. This position will suit a volunteer who has a strong interest in marine conservation and recognises the importance of educating and raising awareness by involving the public. Given
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National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2018: the results are in!

  Last year’s event, which took place 28th July – 5th August, revealed striking biodiversity with an impressive thirteen species of cetaceans seen around the British Isles in just those few days, a number which was only been recorded once before. The total number of sightings collected was larg
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News and Articles

Sea Watch Annual General Meeting 2019 – An Invitation

We would like to invite you all in celebrating the Sea Watch Foundation Annual General Meeting in New Quay, Wales, on May 4-5, 2019. A full schedule will be sent to attendees closer to the event, but at this event the Sea Watch staff, volunteer obser
Read More

Sea Watch Internship – 2019 National Whale and Dolphin Watch Assistant

  The Sea Watch Foundation is seeking a voluntary National Whale and Dolphin Watch Assistant for the 2019 season. This position will suit a volunteer who has a strong interest in marine conservation and recognises the importance of educating and
Read More

National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2018: the results are in!

  Last year’s event, which took place 28th July – 5th August, revealed striking biodiversity with an impressive thirteen species of cetaceans seen around the British Isles in just those few days, a number which was only been recorded once before
Read More